About the aRMT Program:
The aRMT is a one-year (36 credit point) research degree that provides additional choice to students who want to continue their education in research as a pathway to PhD or to upskill for the next stage of their careers. The course includes a 12 credit points (four units) of research training and 24 points of research; all delivered using a trimester-based system, commencing in January 2024.
At the completion of the course, you will have a globally recognised postgraduate degree, equipping you with the qualifications and skills necessary for doctoral studies or embark on other career pathways. The aRMT also forms the cornerstone of the Murdoch University Global Challenges initiative in which, during the initial trimester, you will work collaboratively with other aRMT students to tackle some of the United National identified Global Challenges by working collectively and bringing your specific disciplinary skills to tackling one of the world’s wicked problems.
Cost and Fees:
The cost of the aRMT is dependent on residence status. Domestic students will incur no fees as this degree is offset by the Federal Government Research Training Program (RTP). For international students, kindly contact the Graduate Research School for detailed fee information.
The event will feature presentations from the Dean of Graduate Studies Associate Professor Jeremiah Peiffer, Head of Graduate Research Training and Education Associate Professor Belinda Brown, and current aRMT students.
Interested applicants are encouraged to attend. Please register for the event via Eventbrite to secure your spot.